It’s time to talk about the substantial pawprint of our pets’ food.
Two new biodiversity studies find a link between what we eat and the shrinking number of wild plant and animal species left on the planet.
California may be out of its drought but millions of thirsty animals farmed in the west are still at risk. Just how much water does a cow drink anyway?
Scientists warn the Willow Project not only damages the atmosphere but also threatens vulnerable wildlife — here are 7 examples.
Gray wolves, elephants, wildebeests and sea otters are a few of the species that can help sequester carbon and mitigate global warming.
With over $3 billion allocated to climate-smart agriculture programs, some experts worry there’s little agreement about what the term actually means.
Experts warn the Florida manatee is at risk of mass starvation as farm pollution continues to wipe out their primary food source.
A trio of new reports — including the IPCC’s latest — makes clear that food system reform is a crucial part of climate action.
Dominion Energy is working with federal agencies and marine life advocates to ensure offshore wind doesn’t harm vulnerable right whales.
There are ways to reduce risk to dwindling right whale populations, but only if lawmakers and industry have the will to take action.
Almost 200 nations have pledged to protect the high seas — but what does that mean for world oceans and the so-called blue food economy?
A bounty of much-needed new federal funds will help reconnect habit for freshwater and terrestrial animals.
Researchers call this effect “weather whiplash” but say sanctuaries and sustainable land strategies could help.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources has confirmed 3,500 dead fish in waterways as well as deceased hellbender salamanders, an endangered species in the state.
Across the globe, cattle ranching is a leading cause of environmental damage, including high levels of water use, deforestation and methane emissions.
Experts worry the pledge to slash methane encourages “unproven techno-fixes” over systemic solutions.
Around 100 million sharks are killed each year across the globe, often for their fins and cartilage.
New research shows Rabobank provided global meat and dairy corporations with billions in financing.
Methane stays in the atmosphere for around 12 years, which can make it a tricky gas to calculate.
Here are 12 of the most effective ways to fix climate change. Everyone can help.
Methane is responsible for 30 percent of global warming since pre-industrial times. Emissions sources include natural gas, landfills and cattle farming.
We know there were animals during Earth’s chilliest era. The question is, what did they look like?
Meat consumption is contributing to the accelerating climate crisis.
Cattle farming is the leading driver of deforestation and food-related climate emissions.
Over the last few centuries, human activity has caused land use change on an unnatural scale.
Two new reports find E.U. policies are failing to protect climate and biodiversity.
At COP15, world governments are at a crossroads.
New wildlife report reveals 49 percent of bird species are decreasing.
Marketed to consumers as “sustainable,” this “climate-beneficial” wool is polluting the land and killing wildlife.